A Kid At Heart by Russ Cox
Railroad square cinema
March 8-April 14, 2019
Free drawing workshop for kids: Saturday, March 16th at 11:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m. at Railroad Square Cinema
RUSS COX was raised by a pack of crazed hillbillies in the back woods of Tennessee. Without much in the way of modern conveniences, like a television set or running water, he spent his time drawing, whittling, and throwing dirt clods at his cousins. With the bulk of his life spent in Pennsylvania, he met his wife; became a graphic designer; played in punk, alternative, and surf bands; had two kids; and started his own illustration studio, Smiling Otis Studio. Russ creates his art the old school way using paper, pencil, gouache, and watercolor. Using traditional tools gives Russ an opportunity to explore and experiment. He also works digitally if deadlines are tight. Russ lives in Maine with his wife and four cats.
Teaching the fundamentals in drawing is base for improving one’s artwork. Kids are always up for learning a few new tricks and are eager to apply those new techniques. Through a series of fun interactive exercises, we will expand their knowledge of drawing.
Registration is limited to 10 children.
About Art in the Lobby
The Call for Art in the Lobby 2018-19 is currently open!
Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must consist of the following:
Artist's full name, phone number, and email address.
5 high-quality images (JPG preferred) of works proposed for exhibition.
Artist's statement, a brief biography, and a list of prior exhibitions (including dates) where the proposed work has been shown.
Art in the Lobby provides an opportunity for Maine visual artists of various ages, media, and styles to exhibit their work in a high-profile venue. We are committed to the promotion and incorporation of visual arts into our programs and venues, and we are excited to pursue new, multi-disciplinary programs and partnerships.
Each year, a Call to Artists will be open to artists residing in Maine. All work must be original and ready to be presented in a professional manner to the public at the time of delivery.
The Maine Film Center will retain a 30% commission on all sales. All sales of works on display must go through the Maine Film Center. All sold works must remain on exhibit until the end of the show.
Artists are responsible for delivering their work to Railroad Square Cinema and picking up their work at the end of the show. The Maine Film Center will be responsible for the insurance of work on the premises, and Railroad Square Cinema is equipped with an alarm system.
The Maine Film Center will promote each exhibition via the Maine Film Center and Railroad Square Cinema websites (mainefilmcenter.org; railroadsquarecinema.com), Facebook pages, and various marketing materials. All press releases and marketing done by the artist must be approved by the Maine Film Center Executive Director.
Images of all selected works will be considered available for promoting both the exhibition and the Art in the Lobby program as a whole and may be used in all of Maine Film Center's marketing and communications. The Maine Film Center will host a reception for the artist at Railroad Square Cinema if the artist is interested.